Back In The USSR Timeline Part 21 — UAE and Paul Manafort
Paul Manafort was pulled off a flight in Miami after trying to flee to Dubai, a city in the United Arab Emirates (UAE,) the money launderer capital of the world. His passport had been revoked.
Paul Manafort is in way more trouble than what he’s already gone to jail for. He installed friendly officials in foreign governments then helped Putin trick Trump into giving him whatever he wanted.
Tom Barrack, the director of Trump’s inauguration fund, was arrested on federal corruption charges for having an allegiance to a foreign government — the UAE. The charges were 46 pages long. He was a foreign agent and brought in money to Trump’s inauguration fund from all sorts of foreigners to bribe Trump into doing things for them once he gained power. Pay to play. Trump could do whatever he wanted with the inauguration (slush) fund that Tom Barrack created. Barrack brought in the most money for an inauguration in history ($107 million) for the puniest, dullest inauguration in history. He got the UAE to give money in exchange for giving the UAE a worldwide platform that had Trump speaking favorably about them and often, especially when it came to their “support of the US.” They also got, as did many others, face to face lobbying time with Trump. The UAE even wrote part of Trump’s inaugural speech to flatter themselves. The investigation into Barrack had been going on for 3 years until the feds busted him. He’s a billionaire so he bought himself out of jail to await his trial that will start in September.
George Nader was a key witness in the Mueller investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Like Tom Barrack, George Nader is a Lebanese American “businessman.” His role was facilitating a meeting between Erik Prince and the Russians in January of 2017. He’s in jail now for child porn and flying a 14 year old child from Czechoslovakia to the US to be used for sex. He’s been into sex with minors for over 35 years.
Erik Prince, CEO of Blackwater, a private military for hire, coordinated a back channel for secret communications between Trump and the Russians right before the inauguration. After the inauguration, Betsy DeVos, Erik Prince’s sister, got a job in Trump’s administration as Education Secretary, a job she had absolutely no qualifications for. Erik was also at the infamous meeting with the Russian attorney at Trump Tower on August 3, 2016.
Elliott Broidy was the Finance Chair of the National Republican Party during the Trump campaign and inauguration. He was Trump’s top fundraiser. He and George Nader worked together to accept bribes from Saudi Arabia and the UAE. The two countries paid the two hustlers to give them access to Trump.
MBZ, the crowned prince of Abu Dhabi, the capital of the UAE is one of Putin’s pals. He has hung out with Trump at the White House. He arranged the meeting in the Seychelles between members of the Trump administration, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (the guy who had Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi murdered and dismembered in Istanbul in October of 2018) and Putin’s people. He has had meetings with Mike Flynn, Steve Bannon and Jared Kushner (who was charged with securing peace in the Middle East.)
Jared Kushner and his father, Charles Kushner, a convicted felon, met with Qatar’s minister of finance to ask him for money in April of 2017, a few months after Trump took office. Charles Kushner had asked Qatar for money before but this time he thought if he went to them and asked again with the president’s son in law at his side, they couldn’t refuse him but they did. Jared got his revenge by backing a blockade against Qatar that was arranged by middle eastern countries, led by Saudi Arabia and the UAE. After that, Kushner Companies received a $30 million “investment” from Menora Mivtachim, one of Israel’s largest financial institutions.
The former president of Afghanistan escaped with $169 million when the Taliban took over last year. He went to Dubai, UAE, where Paul Manafort was headed this morning.
Back to Paul Manafort. He briefed Konstantin Kilimnik, the Russian intelligence officer that worked with him in Ukraine for years, on all of the battleground states that Trump needed to win to become their president. In exchange, Paul Manafort agreed to have Trump give Putin the eastern part of Ukraine. Nobody could believe that Trump won Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Minnesota. He didn’t. Russia did.